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Only way to address Yemen's crisis is dialogue: Foreign diplomats

SANA'A, May 17 (Saba) - Russia, France, India and China affirmed on Monday that the dialogue is the only and best way to resolve the current crisis in Yemen.

The statement was made Russian ambassador to Yemen Sergei Kozlov, French ambassador to Yemen Joseph Silva, Indian ambassador to Yemen Ausaf Sayeed and Chinese ambassador to Yemen Liu Deng Lin during separate meetings with Chairman of Shura council Abdul-Aziz Abdul-Ghani.

The diplomats confirmed their respect of the Yemeni will to address the crisis peacefully and democratically in accordance with the constitution and views of the majority of the Yemeni people.

They expressed their interests in the developments in the Yemeni arena, and their support for any effort to reach an appropriate solution satisfying all parties, stressing their back for the security, stability and unity of Yemen.

At the meetings, Abdul-Ghani briefed the ambassadors on the latest developments in the country and the exerted efforts to tackle the ongoing crisis based on the Gulf's initiative, which has been approved by President Ali Abdullah Saleh.

He stressed the keenness of President Saleh to handle the crisis on pursuant to the constitution and by peaceful and democratic means.


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